People visit a man who was injured during a recent clashes between tribal fighters who support the Saudi-led campaign and Shiite rebels, at his home in Taiz, Yemen, Wednesday, May 6, 2015. (AP Photo/Abdulnasser Alseddik)
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Human Rights Watch Thursday accused Yemeni rebels of committing "possible war crimes" and urged all parties in the conflict to protect civilians.Health officials and a spokesman for militia forces loyal to exiled President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi blamed the rebels for the shelling.Pro-Hadi forces, including military units and militia fighters, have been battling Iran-backed Houthi Shiite rebels and their allies for weeks in Aden. A military source meanwhile said that five Houthi rebels were killed in an ambush in Aden on Thursday.
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